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7 minutes ago, Uncle Nasty said:

The video doesn't do it justice. These are monster flakes coming down. Temp is 35° which sucks, but let's see if we can get it to stick. The snow is trying its best to stick.

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13 minutes ago, fountainguy97 said:

35 with full sun and biscuits falling.  Probably .75-1" an hour rates blowing over the upslope mountains.  
 

Stunning. 

That's a really interesting report. It sounds like the snow equivalent to what I've seen at Camp Creek a few time during mountain wave events. Just a few clouds, but you can get bursts of huge rain drops. 

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5 minutes ago, 1234snow said:

We’ve seen a lot of dry slots from winter storms in the valley before.

But I don’t recall the middle of a storm looking like the eye of a hurricane.

I had the same thing happen yesterday in the far NW county of Arkansas.   Snow was falling in every direction around me while I was in the donut hole for a good 2+ hours.  Very maddening and unusual.  

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If we can luck out and somehow get 5 hours if this it will be a nice little snow. Like Dwagner said, sticking here too. Cars are white, ground has a thin layer of white and grills and roofs are white. The Weather Channel even mentioned Chattanooga about 20 minutes ago. They said we could get under a heavy band and have some good accumulations very quick.

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It must be snowing everywhere in chatt and surrounding areas. Cant seem to get it to switch over in Red Bank.


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Downtown hasn’t fully switched over either. My mom who lives in Georgetown about 8 miles north of Ooltewah has an inch in about an hour.


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Downtown hasn’t fully switched over either. My mom who lives in Georgetown about 8 miles north of Ooltewah has an inch in about an hour.


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That’s awesome. Hope it changes here soon it’s trying slowly but surely. Meanwhile my wife is in Miami so I’m having to track those storms


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